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Re: Fix Brakelight on Chrysler Crossfire 05
They Are Removed From The Inside. On The Inside Of The Car Find The Opposite Side Of Where The Light Is. There Will Be Either Carpet Or A Panel There Remove That And It Will Give You Full Access To The Lights. Use A Twist And Pull Motion To Remove The Light From Its Housing Then Replace The Bulb.
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You can replace the headlights on your Crossfire easily by yourself.
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When a headlight burns out on your Chrysler
Crossfire, you do not need to rush to the repair shop to have it
replaced. You can access the headlights in your Crossfire from within
the engine compartment, allowing you to change the headlight yourself.
The Crossfire uses an H7U headlight bulb, which you can find at auto
parts retail stores or at a Chrysler dealership. Difficulty: Easy
Open the hood of your Crossfire
to gain access to the headlight assemblies. Press down on the tab on
top of the light assembly cover. Remove the cover and set it aside.
Pull the electrical connection free of the bulb socket. Press
the spring clamps securing the bulb into the light assembly. Pull the
bulb straight out of position.
Insert the new bulb in the same position. Ensure that the
spring clamps secure the bulb. Press the electrical connection into
Replace the light assembly cover and press it into position
until it clicks, securing it in place. Repeat the same process on the
opposite headlight if required. Close the hood and test the headlight
Try using urethane sealant to redo the seal between the top and the glass.
I have a VW convertible that had the same problem. The sealant comes in a tube that you use in a caulk gun. Made by 3M and I purchased it from Advance Auto. About 18 bucks.